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that at the democratic convention. >> i am talking about the secret ballot vote. it is over camille. is there any possible way obama shouldn't be impeached for this? >> well, if it is real. the whole thing is a hoax. i heard this news and i immediately ran to four different stores looking for twinkies, ho-ho's and totally sold out. this was a brilliant strategy on the part of the hostess executives, and clearly this is all fake. >> could it be that bob beckle went and ate them all? >> it is like the storm. i went looking for water, but went looking for twinkies or twins. >> you were the inspiration and are you taking it personally? >> i will always be an embodiment of twinkie the kid. >> a sponge-like treat. >> they actually did discontinue the sponge. i have no fear for these beloved products of yours. they will be bought by the highest bidder. the only real losers are, of course, the people who lost their jobs. >> 18,500 of them. >> the winners are all of the cable news personalities that get to use food props when reporting on this story. i am looking at you, glen beck. actually i am not a sub
. they are falling. camille posts on facebook "it is coldddd" with four d's. even san francisco is getting down there. 38 in santa rosa. 44 in livermore and 41 right now in napa. some showers into the early morning hours. snow over the peeks over 3,000 feet. this will continue. and then freezing cold conditions with patchy morning frost. so watch out in the north bay valleys and the mountains and the southern salinas valley. those are the areas from the frost advisory from 2:00 to 8:00 a.m. 32 in napa and getting right down there. 37 degrees in livermore. 40 for san jose and 41 palo alto. still some lingering showers. you will need your warm winter coat and an umbrella if you have early morning plans. here is the system that has come through. we are still getting a little bit of wrap around moisture. let me show you what will happen. a few showers. computer animation will pretty much pick up a couple of what i would call renegade showers at 11:00. heading into the early morning hours, mainly coastal and down toward the south bay. around the monterey bay at 5:00 a.m. and then it is all done. but it wi
r!, and camille posts steady, pouring rain. this depends on where you are. we do have a radar on mount st. helena. and there is a pocket of heavier rain heading towards the wood acre area in three minutes. watch for the brief down pours. down owe-to-street level, san francisco, bay street, you can see some light rain nouch we do havefxu moderate rain showing up around 680. lake herman road. watch out for possibilitytjz[ f brief down pours. looking at sierra nevada not a lot happening here.w?ñ=ñ snow2ñ2esis at the high elevatis so here is what it looks like so far. so far on the light side. san jose, 7/100ths. we'll be counting more than that. temperatures in 50s and 60s. it is pretty mild. here are the highlights. a coiledder storm coming up tomorrow night. will the weekend be a washout? you're going to have breaks between the storms tomorrow morning it's going to be wet. temperatures into 50s. you have umbrellas. there is al÷>!h light chance ofa thunderstorm possibility between late tonight and early tomorrow morning. here is the storm system. really we'll continue as we
: in 2006, andra's 1-year-old daughter camille almost died during the surgery. >> we had to do therapy to kind of get her back up to speed. i quit my full-time job. i had to work a midnight graveyard shift at a hotel because she could no longer go today care. so it was tough. >> reporter: during that quiet late shift, she worked on a business plan for a bakery. >> i decided that it was time for me to do some soul searching and do what i felt like i was born to do. my passion has always been baking, so i decided to open a candy cakes, which is named after my daughter camille. >> reporter: cammy cakes specialized in gourmet cupcakes. >> when we opened, we only had $500 left to our name. on our very first day, we sold out within a few hours. so it was success from the very beginning. >> reporter: and camille is happy to help out, especially with the tasting. >> right now, there are four cammy cakes cupcakes stores. my life is my business, and my business is my life. so everything just merges together. let's rock 'n' roll. the wheels of progress haven't been very active lately. but because
. they are falling. camille posts on facebook "it is coldddd" wi d's. even san francisco is getting down there. 38 in santa rosa. 44 in livermore and 41 right now in napa. some showers into the early morning hours. snow over the peeks over 3,000 feet. this will continue. and then freezing cold conditions with patchy morning frost. so watch out in the north bay valleys and the mountains and the southern salinas valley. those are the areas from the frost advisory from 2:00 to 8:00 a.m. 32 in napa and getting right down there. 37 degrees in livermore. 40 for san jose and 41 palo alto. still some lingering showers. you will need your warm winter coat and an umbrella if you have early morning plans. here is the system that has come through. we are still getting a little bit of wrap around moisture. let me show you what will happen. a few showers. computer animation will pretty much pick up a couple of what i would call renegade showers at 11:00. heading into the early morning hours, mainly coastal and down toward the south bay. around the monterey bay at 5:00 a.m. and then it is all done. but it will b
know that turkey has trept fan. that is good. warm milk an old wives tale. that calms you down. camille tea with honey is great. cherries which i know are your favorite. >> why is that good? >> it has a lot of mel tone nan. anything that will calm you down. bananas have potassium and magnesium they are excellent for you. stay away from heavy food. >> you also say sweet potatoes. >> there has been a lot of talk about it. all of these oxidants and free radicals potato cleans it up. it cleans up your system. sweet potatoes especially is a good one. >> i will be trying several of those this evening. thank you so much, doctor. >> the time now is about 5 minutes to the top of the hour. still ahead he died of a broken heart. one nfl team being blamed for a man's death. can you mfigure out the word of the day. stick around for the answer. there it is. >> a minute until the top . we'll look at the good, bad and ugly. the panthers giving the memory of a lifetime. he gave him the football after a touchdown . check out the sheer joy that says it all . next the bad. kansas city chief blamed for a ma
and people she was visiting. if you have a chance to visit the centennial exhibit camille siebel a wonderful picture of pat at the address where you take a picture taken. that is the most beautiful picture of pat nixon you can find and it speaks volumes about how she felt about her ability to go out and meet these people and play a role and to show them the respect. you can see in her eyes in that picture that this is very much something -- it wasn't something she was putting on. it is something she believed in very deeply. all of the news photos show pat was a huge grin on her face, whether she was watching a traditional tribal dance, listening to speech or traveling in a motorcade or participated in tribal dance, what she's doing another photo. returned home triumphantly, heralded by the press. "time" magazine declared her african queen for a week on "the new york times" marveled that they loved her in monroe via, dr. packer, too. that would make one more trip. she attended the inoculation of president ernest gesell of brazil and made a stop in caracas venezuela. by this point, her credent
writer activists discussed by nixon or camille don g., r. and david roy, nobel peace prize winner wangari moscow, and interests in half, author of animals, people. route nixon is a rachel carson professor of english -- rob nixon is a professor of english at the university of wisconsin-madison. he is a frequent -- contributed to "the new york times" and i would like to welcome rob nixon. [applause] this next award goes to rob nixon. >> i should point out actually that mr. nixon who wrote this extraordinary work actually intended to be here, but harvard told us that they told him but didn't. in other words, they led us on for a while and said oh yeah don't worry about it. we have got it and then i spoke with rob nixon about a week ago and he said no, no one got in touch with me. so, sometimes, maybe lawrence summers got in there. they fired him though, right? [laughter] now, one of the most extraordinary books to emerge over the last year are a collection of short stories, "american masculine" from shann ray. to be sure, in the west, in the united states, there's a tremendous amount of the
with the success of their candidate compared to some of the super pacs the readers of much about camille find they did a better job with the money. >> who are the losers this cycle? >> the billionaires who handed over the money didn't get much back for it. they got shelley berkley of nevada. >> it's unfortunate they didn't >> the biggest loser is karl rove who successfully appealed to a lot of people that gave him their money. he would enable them to keep even more. it's fairly bottom-line. in fact, a lot of money was spent. i like rick and unsigned ben bernanke was the second stimulus. and the supreme court is the second stimulus -- second only to the facts because by opening the door to that kind of private spending from the supreme court certainly did a lot for the economy. but i've got to think that if they look for the bottom line is going to be a disappointment. >> i'm going to pick a candidate. indiana and missouri are just too easy and allen west is too big a target. i'm going to go to michigan and pete hoekstra who killed his own campaign on super bowl night when he ran the race with
the many writer-activists discussed by nixon are camille dungy, the late ken sorrow, nobel peace prize winner -- [inaudible] and indra simha, author of "animals people." rachel carson, professor of english -- excuse me, rob is professor of establish, university of wisconsin madison. he's a frequent contributor to the new york times. i'd like to welcome rob nixon. [applause] [laughter] >> this next award goes to rob nixon. >> i should point out, actually, that mr. nixon, who wrote this extraordinary work, actually intended to be here, but i was going to drop dime on him. harvard told us that they told him but didn't. in other words, they just sort of led us on for a while. they said, oh, yeah, don't worry about it before columbus, we got it. then i spoke with rob nixon about a week ago. he said, no, they never got in touch with me. i really wanted to be there. so sometimes it was that play too -- maybe lawrence summers got in there. [laughter] they fired him though, right? now, one of the most extraordinary books to emerge over the last year, a collection of short stories, "american mas
that is covered by the private insurance, so you're going to contact if you have a claim camile contact your insurance company. they're going to cover it with your limits and deductibles and it's going to be private policy. any damage caused by flooding is covered only if you have a flood insurance policy to the national flood insurance program. that is the public program, a government program that covers flood losses. that ultimately will be picked up the tab, will ultimately be picked up by the policy in that program. so there's really kind of two ties these losses are going to come from. there's going to be the private insurance tab and then there's going to be the trend for pay my tab. >> host: what about a homeowner who doesn't participate in the flood insurance program and doesn't have private flood insurance? what happens to that person? >> guest: unfortunately, that person really is in a hard place right now. unfortunately it's probably a lot of people in new jersey. in new jersey there's about 260,000 people in new jersey that have flood insurance. in new york there's about 150,000
to questions addressed, says steve camille have to do a reprise here sometime. this is a really important topic in my view, one that still needs a lot of work. we've identified a number of issues that some folks have a. so thank you are your interests and participation, good ideas and hard labor and in the future for your continued engagement. thank you very much. [applause] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] .. can thrive. second, when we look at the uniqueness on the border that's different from the tax reform that's needed for the nation, when we look at the border we need comprehensive immigration reform. as a troubled border and meet with the agricultural folks and ranchers, we have a workforce problem because the immigration system is broken, the visa system is broken, we can't get workers to go back and forth, it takes hours to go back and forth. these create an impediment to commerce, so we have to be able to provide a workforce that can move back and forth very easily. and right now, we are not able to do that because of all of the impediments
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